Split is the third studio album by English alternative rock band Lush, released on 4AD on 13 June 1994 in the UK and a day later in the US. Two commercial singles were released from the album: "Desire Lines" and "Hypocrite," both released on 30 May 1994. Split was reissued by 4AD on CD in July 2001.
Entire albums spent exploring the depths of the various nasty things surrounding romantic relationships were nothing new by the mid-'90s, but the vaguely cinematic and slightly conceptual Split is something more. Perhaps it's the manner in which each distinctive song manages to melt into the next. Or maybe it's the across-the-board improvements over Spooky.
Data wpisu 18 Czerwiec 1994. Styl muzycznyBritpop. Zarejestrowanych posiada ten album0. 1. Light From a Dead Star.
Songs in album Turboslut - Split LP W/ Pygmy Lush (2009).
With Split, the Miki Berenyi and Emma Anderson, bassist Philip King, and drummer Chris Acland made an album of pearly guitars and prurient lyrics, born of the kind of intraband trauma that could really flourish at a rural French studio in the middle of winter. In separate interviews, band members have described the process as traumatic and agonizing, with Berenyi adding that she was in a state of pulverized victimhood. No wonder the resulting album is pitch-black thematically, touching on child abuse, infidelity, voyeurism, and death.
Light From a Dead Star, 03:17.